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Fox News teaming up with Twitter in order to find out wait you have to say about these debates.
For example the first presidential debate became -- most tweeted political event of all time.
Raking in ten point three million total -- during a ninety minute debate.
And it's stunning at one point reaching more than a 158000.
Tweets every single minute.
On a typical day the election's been generating about a thousand tweets per minute so.
Use that as a comparison Adam -- as the man behind all this is government news -- Twitter how you doing Adam I should I should tell you -- Adam writes.
Ha -- at at a mass that's having events a little more appropriate good morning to you what what do we learn.
What what can voters learn about what you're tracking online during this debate later tonight.
Well two big things bill number one it actually takes us back to pay more nostalgic model of how we watch these debates.
-- a family on on the couch and watching these events.
Together by seeing that these -- per minute counts that you talked about that will be showing tonight on Fox News.
You're able to see in real time what your neighbors are reacting to what voters across the country are reacting to and get closer to your fellow voters.
Secondly we're used to waiting through to the end of the debate.
And for the pundits and journalists to help sort out the unanswered questions what statements were true which which weren't.
And I can help get that insight in real time you can ask questions and other viewers and journalists can help answer those in real time -- you're not left scratching your head for an hour.
I have never ever write off.
So during the first debate Obama and Romney they were essentially tied right.
Remember number of tweets that without mention them but it's we can be negative or positive which injury -- is in the vice presidential debate that was three to one Joseph Biden.
Is that is that good news or bad news -- out of well it tells you what people are react.
Into these are the moments that.
Have someone reaching out to the person next to them and saying did you see that's on the presidential debates.
About a third of the volume was exclusively about governor Romney about a third exclusively about President Obama.
The -- -- being both or neither.
At the VP debate there's a 31 difference as you mentioned before Joseph Biden over congressman Ryan's -- for better or for worse.
It showed us that it was Vice President Biden performance that was driving the conversation and what people were reacting to.
Now it's interesting is when we went in with the quarter political index which is how we actually measure whether those tweets are positive or negative.
It was actually a slight increase for both candidates coming out -- debate.
Net zero for the presidential candidates after the VP debate.
After the first presidential debate we actually saw a slight negative turn for both candidates now this is so that we all saw after each of their nominations speeches.
Voters NATO on on the election on both fronts when they talk about about it on on quarter.
And you start seeing some out of back when people are reacting to do what they're -- and what they don't want to hear.
-- -- listen it's a fascinating new way to gauge what people are thinking what they're talking about so we'll check it out -- at Adam sharp.
And you can check -- Saturday at Martha MacCallum and that Bill Hemmer.
And we'll see you later -- -- say absolutely stated tonight because we'll have all his numbers on Fox's primetime coverage following the debate assuming thank you very much good.
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